Devon Cottages Why Devon Cottages? Devon holiday cottages offer a charming and idyllic escape; from picturesque coastal properties to breath-taking countryside locations there’s something for everyone! Whether you’re looking for an outdoor adventure or a tranquil retreat, Devon cottages have it all. What are the best Devon attractions? Burgh Island is one of the best attractions in Devon. This idyllic tidal island lies near the village of Bigbury-on-Sea and can be explored on foot during low tide or by sea tractor during high tide! This island is considered the inspiration for some of Agatha Christie's novels, a must-see attraction for the whole family! Dartmoor National Park is a truly breath-taking area housing endless outdoor activities and attractions. Lovers of the great outdoors will be in their element during their Devon holiday; from walking and cycling to more adventurous activities like canoeing and climbing, Dartmoor has it all. Dartmoor Zoo is nestled on the outskirts of Plymouth and is one of the most popular attractions in Devon. Housing an array of exotic animals, the zoo is the perfect place for a family day out. Admire lions, an array of monkeys, cheetahs, and wolves all while learning about the important conservation work that happens here. Exeter Underground Passages is a unique attraction perched in the heart of Exeter. Dating all the way back to the medieval era, visitors can embark on a guided tour through these exciting passages. Look forward to seeing a range of displays and artefacts as well as learning about the city’s history. The National Marine Aquarium is the perfect place for animal lovers. Renowned for being the UK’s biggest aquarium this delightful attraction in Devon is home to exciting species of sharks, rays, and other fish. With over 5000 ocean animals to admire this attraction provides a full day of fun. Discover more attractions in Devon. What are the best Devon activities? Hiking is one of the most popular activities for people to do while staying at one of these wonderful Devon cottages. The perfect blend of coastline and countryside makes this an idyllic place for a stroll; enjoy the rugged terrain of Dartmoor National Park littered with granite tors and dense woodland. Alternatively, take to the coast where you can embark on a coastal walk through an array of charming towns and villages like Ilfracombe, Woolacombe, Seaton and Sidmouth. These breath-taking coastal locations mean that a day at the beach is another popular activity while staying at holiday cottages in Devon. Make the most of the summer sun by spending the days on the shores of Saunton Sands or Blackpool Sands! Walks in the refreshing sea air are also popular as well as a range of thrilling watersports including kayaking and paddleboard in Torquay or Dartmouth. History can also be found all around this array of Devon cottages. Travel to Exeter to marvel at the historic cathedral, immerse yourself in the past at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum or venture underground to explore the Exeter underground passages that date back to the medieval period. There is also an array of charming cobbled villages such as Clovelly and Cockington, both adorned with thatched-roof cottages. Use our Devon Travel Guide to discover more of Devon’s best activities. Popular Devon Holidays Bring the whole family along on your Devon holiday by booking ones of these dog-friendly cottages in Devon. You can also guarantee a wonderous location by the sea by browsing this collection of Devon holiday cottages by the sea! If you’re looking to treat your loved ones to something truly special then browse this collection of luxury cottages in Devon or these cottages in Devon with hot tubs! For a unique experience there are even plenty of holiday lodges in Devon. Booking a getaway on a whim? Then these last-minute holidays in Devon could be perfect; you can even bag yourself a bargain by checking out these cheap holidays in Devon.